Definition of Ballasters
1. ballaster [n] - See also: ballaster
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Literary usage of Ballasters
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1. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1848)
"... with their architrave, frieze, and cornice, and other ornaments; also rails and ballasters round about the top of the building, all of Portland stone, ..."
2. Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society by Connecticut Historical Society (1897)
"... wth Turnd ballasters on the Tope wch said Bridg and Mill they are to ... w"1 Turnd ballasters one the Tope to be two ..."
3. On the use and abuse of alcoholic liquors, in health and disease, by William by William Benjamin Carpenter (1866)
"SOME very remarkable details regarding the condition of the ballasters and Coal-whippers employed on the Thames, have lately been ascertained by the ..."
4. The Correspondence of John Cosin, D.D., Lord Bishop of Durham: Together with by John Cosin (1872)
"To make a new stepp in roome of the broken one at the topp of the said staires, and to mend all the stepps, ballasters, etc., and finish the said ..."
5. Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow ... A. D. 1573-17 by Glasgow (Scotland), James David Marwick, Robert Renwick (1905)
"... of them by their setting the stones upon rodis and ballasters, so that quhen any corps ar to be interred it is verie hard to get them caried ..."
6. A Supplement to Dodsley's Old Plays by Robert Dodsley, Thomas Amyot, Alexander Dyce, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps (1853)
"... with their architrave, frieze, and cornice, and other ornaments ; also rails and ballasters round about the top of the building, all of Portland stone, ..."